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Police keep up with the times, Handling tear gas is one of subjects taught Durham Regional Police as part of their annual 40-hour training program. Sgt. Ron Parker (left) watches Constable Terry Ryan aim in rifle that fires canisters of tear gas at an abandoned building at Camp X, a National Defence camp in Oshawa used for training during world war II. The 25 men in the class had a lecture first and then went to Camp X for practice. Open in full size

Police keep up with the times, Handling tear gas is one of subjects taught Durham Regional Police as part of their annual 40-hour training program. Sgt. Ron Parker (left) watches Constable Terry Ryan aim in rifle that fires canisters of tear gas at an abandoned building at Camp X, a National Defence camp in Oshawa used for training during world war II. The 25 men in the class had a lecture first and then went to Camp X for practice.

Picture, 1974, English

Police keep up with the times, Handling tear gas is one of subjects taught Durham Regional Police as part of their annual 40-hour training program. Sgt. Ron Parker (left) watches Constable Terry Ryan aim in rifle that fires canisters of tear gas at an abandoned building at Camp X, a National Defence camp in Oshawa used for training during world war II. The 25 men in the class had a lecture first and then went to Camp X for practice.

Picture, 1974, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Police - Ontario - Regional Police - Misc & Groups - Up to and including 1979

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0027767f